Crewkerne & District Museum & Heritage Centre
Crewkerne has a long and interesting history. It once had the status of being a Saxon royal mint, was an important stopping place for travellers and its thriving textile industry brought prosperity. Founded in 1988, the museum illustrates these things, but equally shows how ordinary local people lived and worked at various periods. Please click on the button for up to date opening hours and more information Opening Hours
Disabled / Accessibility / Wheelchair Information:
- Ground floor has no steps and is flat throughout the building from the pavement outside.
- A lift is available to the first floor giving access to the Andrew Room (meeting room) and small kitchen.
- Access to Gallery 4 and the Local History room on the first floor are by use of a staircase from Gallery 3 or 3 steps from Lift area.
- Disabled toilet access on ground floor
- The courtyard is accessible by all
- Parking is available at paying car parks within a few minutes level walk.
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- Family friendly
- Disabled Access
- Group Bookings
- Free Entry